A foursome of very chippy red and white shapely legs with the casters.
A large chalkware sheep to add to my collection.
Connected tiny loaf pans - about two by three inches each.
Each pan marked with a fox head and "Made In USA".
I am on the fence with these - they are useful when crafting to hold tiny stuff.
Two ladders, a toile pillow bought for the tassels, those fab legs again, an ironstone gravy, and a white crock with blue stripes.
A wicker mannequin and yet another brown suitcase.
And, yes, I am showing off my legs again.
A tall brass hall tree.
The tray for the bottom is missing, but it is still a beauty.
Umbrellas and canes would stand in the round part.
The two ladders at the booth at Riverfront Antique Mall.
A small door with one side a shutter. I am thinking barn or stable or attic.
From Horror Monster's Outdoor Living section comes this Inman Grocery sign which hung on the side of our yard barn for two decades.
After we had the shed resheathed last spring, I did not rehang the sign.
I am reluctantly selling it.
A stack of gas station numbers - mostly five's, nine's, and zero's.
Another stack of windows - two sizes of small ones.
Placed the brown suitcase on top of the picnic basket so you could see its ginormous size.
It weighs a ton empty.
I can't imagine toting food in it.
I am finally through.
I bet you thought the pics would go on forever.
Except for the sheep and the loaf pans, all can be found at Booth W-10, Riverfront Antique Mall in North Augusta, SC.
Meanwhile, as you read this, Chucks and I are celebrating Un-Valentine's Day on the thirteenth as we always do.
He promises to take me junking somewhere special.
No roses for me - I want something rusty!
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